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Thu, 18 May

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Live Instructor Training via Zoom

Data Classification & Information Security

Practical strategies to protect your organizations data

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Data Classification & Information Security
Data Classification & Information Security

Time & Location

18 May, 10:00 am – 4:00 pm AEST

Live Instructor Training via Zoom

Course Overview

Elevate your expertise in information security and data management with our live instructor training course delivered over Zoom. This comprehensive course covers essential topics including information security, data classification, and data controls. Gain practical insights into managing information security risks, implementing data controls, and understanding data classification standards and processes.

Led by expert instructors, the course covers a wide range of critical areas, including classifying different data types based on their sensitivity, implementing data protection controls, and key concepts in information security such as threat modeling, vulnerability assessment, and risk management.

By the end of the course, you will have a solid foundation in these critical areas, empowering you to make informed decisions about data management in your organization. Plus, you'll gain the practical skills necessary to develop effective Data Classification Policies and Standards.

Intended Audience

This comprehensive course is designed for technology and data professionals who want to gain a deep understanding of how information security and data classification intersect. Ideal for those working in data management or information management domains, including data stewards, custodians, owners, IT system owners, as well as IT managers and data leaders, this course provides a framework for addressing the unique challenges faced in these areas.

Starting with a strong foundation in information security and data classification, this course then moves on to provide detailed guidelines and practical steps, making it suitable for a wide range of professionals with varying levels of experience.

Whether you need to design or implement a data classification standard and associated processes, or simply want to improve your understanding of these critical areas, this course is sure to provide valuable insights and practical skills to help you excel in your role. Don't miss out on this opportunity to take your skills to the next level. Sign up today!

Learning Outcomes

  • Understand information security principles, including goals, threats, and vulnerabilities.
  • Learn various risk mitigation strategies and security controls to that can protect valuable data.
  • Assess the information security frameworks that can be applied to your organization.
  • Develop the skills to draft effective data classification policies and standards.
  • Understand the roles and responsibilities of data governance and information security.
  • Learn how to develop a process to classify data across your organization.
  • Realise the importance of a minimum control framework to protect sensitive data.
  • Gain practical knowledge of applying sensitivity controls through enterprise tools.

What to Expect

Our course is a 6-hour session held from 10am to 4pm via live Zoom. No pre-reading is required, and you'll receive a calendar invite upon registration. Our classes typically have 10-15 participants, capped at 20, with regular breaks throughout the day. We encourage active participation and video-on during the presentation.

Our experienced trainers facilitate each class with a presentation, complemented by live polls, case studies, and worked examples to keep the content engaging. Your trainer's will encourage discussion and collaboration; as we move through each topic participants will be encouraged to ask questions, answer questions and to share their experiences.

Discussions and collaborations are encouraged. As we move through each topic participants will be encouraged to ask questions and share their experiences. Time is allotted for further debate at the end of the day. Feedback and a short assessment are also requested for ongoing improvement.

As a participant, you'll also be welcomed into the Decaf Data community, providing access to member content, templates, and case studies. You'll also receive our newsletter and a discount on future courses.

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